Winter is a great time to be ACTive in the North Country both indoors and out. Looking for something to do this February? Check out our events below and don't forget to register!
We have a monthly wildlife series this winter/spring and our next program, Wildlife, Changing Climates & How to take ACTion, will be held on Friday Feb 23rd at 6 p.m. and is being presented by UNH Cooperative Extension's Amanda Stone at the Littleton Community House. Join us to learn about what changes scientists are observing in New Hampshire's wildlife and ecosystems in response to a changing climate. We'll also talk about steps you can take to help creatures adapt in the future.
March events are starting to come together, wondering what's coming up? Take a look:
'Shoes & Brews combines fun outside and indoor socializing! March's event is set up especially for families with young kids interested in learning the basics of tracking. We'll start at the Foss Forest for a snowshoe or walk to learn a bit about tracking from ACT volunteer Linda Moore and ACT Trustee Marilyn Booth and then head down the hill for snacks and a beverage (adult or otherwise) at Polly's Pancake Parlor.
If you haven't been to Polly's yet, or if it's just been a while, come check out the renovated space! The 'Shoes & Brews series will head to a different property and a new pub monthly so keep an eye out for your favorite place!
Show your love for the north country -
Becoming part of ACT helps protect your favorite places! Your membership dollars go toward protecting farmland, forests, clean water and clean air for everyone. Year after year we work to make open spaces available to the public, to help keep farms productive, viable and close to home, and to protect our iconic and wondrous wildlife. Make a difference in your life as well as the lives future generations. Help keep the North Country a pristine working landscape.
Visit our Facebook page for wonderful photos of our past events, including our Cooley-Jericho Potluck and Hikes, Summer Nature Walks, and Community Harvest Potluck.
You can help support our programs year-round by making a donation or becoming a member today. Click here for our easy online donation form, or call us at 603-823-7777 for more information. Our members make our land conservation and education work possible for the whole community. Thank you!
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